Newsletter Articles

Safety Tips: Dark Adaptation
July 29, 2019

We cyclists enjoy the range of colors that we see on any given day the moment we roll out of our driveways: the blue skies, the green leaves, the red roses, the neon pink jersey of the rider in front of us. But we also experience a range of lighting… Read More

Ride with GPS Club Account
July 29, 2019

Ride with GPS has released their Live Logging feature. Click here for RwGPS News. Unfortunately, this feature is not available/applicable to RwGPS club accounts, so our Portland Bicycling Club RwGPS club account is not affected. That said, if you and your personal RwGPS subscription is “premium”… Read More

Photos on Social Media
July 29, 2019

Find more by clicking on these links: Facebook July Photo Album (by Kathleen Hellem, Club Member) Photos on Instagram (by Ashley Reynolds, Vice President) July Club Rides on Flickr (by Brian Hammer, Club Member)  … Read More

Yahoo Groups
July 29, 2019

We love our Quick Releases. It’s a great monthly club newsletter edited by Lynn Thompson that keeps us informed about club activities. It’s a unifying agent to help us know our fellow club members better and learn what our club as a whole is up to. But sometimes club members… Read More

Member Memories: STP in One Day
July 29, 2019

As many of you may have heard, I made the decision (and perhaps a questionable one) to attempt to ride Seattle to Portland for the first time in one day. I had never ridden a double century before but like others wanted to be part of the STP action we… Read More

The Idaho Tour
July 29, 2019

Explore northern Idaho’s panhandle, from Washington to Montana, on this trip that travels on two of the most spectacular bike paths in the country. This is a trip that allows for plenty of photo and sightseeing opportunities at a relaxing pace. Day one starts in Wallace, Idaho. Vehicles stay in… Read More

Quick Tour of August Rides
July 29, 2019

Bike MS: Willamette Valley, Saturday-Sunday, August 3-4, Monmouth. An unforgettable two-day journey taking riders around the peaceful Willamette Valley. The fundraising minimum is $250 to participate in this event to change the world for people affected by multiple sclerosis. Blackberry bRamble, Sunday,… Read More

Ron Householder Memorial Event
July 29, 2019

Save the Date September 14 for the Ron Householder Memorial Ride & Luncheon! Ron Householder, a long-time member, bequeathed funds to our club with the stipulation that they be used for a celebration after his passing. Next month, on Saturday, September 14, we will be having a members-only celebration… Read More